Resultados para: william t vollmann
In this comprehensive bibliography, Michael Hemmingson has assembled a list of all editions of Vollmann's books in every language, as well as every short story, every essay, book reviews, and the author's investigative journalism.
Vollmann, William T.(8958852)
That was the simple yet groundbreaking question William T. Vollmann asked in cities and villages around the globe. The result of Vollmann's fearless inquiry is a view of poverty unlike any previously offered.Poor People struggles to confront poverty...
Vollmann, William T.(8795566)
From the National Book Award-winning author of Europe Central comes a charming, evocative and piercing examination of an ancient Japanese tradition and the keys it holds to our modern understanding of beauty....What is a woman? To what extent is...
Vollmann, William T.(8777322)
Vollmann is a relentlessly curious, endlessly sensitive, and unequivocally adventurous examiner of human existence. He has investigated the causes and symptoms of humanity's obsession with violence (Rising Up and Rising Down), taken a personal look...
Vollmann, William T.(1010723)
An analysis of the scientific and social impact of the Polish astronomer's pivotal sixteenth-century work traces how his challenge to beliefs about an earth-centric solar system had a profound influence on the ways in which humanity understands...sob encomenda
Wilson, Jason; Vollmann,William T(9203327)
The Best American Series(r) First, Best, and Best-Selling The Best American series is the premier annual showcase for the country s finest short fiction and nonfiction. Each volume s series editor selects notable works from hundreds of magazines,...sob encomenda
Vollmann William T(3053587)
Entre 1992 e 2005, o jornalista e escritor norte-americano William T. Vollmann percorreu diversos países em busca de uma resposta para a simples e enfática pergunta: Por que você é pobre?. Numa mescla de literatura de viagem e ensaio, Por Que Vocês...
Vollmann, William T.(1085715)
An abridged edition of the author's seven-volume work on the possible justification of violence is based on his war-zone observations and draws on the theories of philosophers, theologians, military strategists, and other thinkers.